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Ishmael Reed

Poetry, Drama, Nonfiction, Fiction

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Catalog Number: 20020220

The author of numerous books of poetry, plays, essays and fiction, Ishmael Reed continually challenges our society with his satiric work, while simultaneously cultivating young ethnic writers to give voice to the true face of America. He shares old and new poetry at the Langston Hughes Symposium. 

| Subject Matter: Satire, American Society, Langston Hughes | Interview Year: 2002 | Genre: Poetry, Drama, Nonfiction, Fiction |

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